Carol B. Tremble
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Carol’s Big Adventures


When the books have been balanced, the returns filed and all the numbers add up, you’ll often find me riding my bike, cross-country skiing, running or introducing my grandchildren to the great outdoors.

Some of my favorite adventures include:

The Big Ride Across America – In 2006, I rode my bike from Seattle to
Washington, D.C. to raise money for the American Lung Association. We
covered 3,300 miles in 48 days. The Big Riders who took part in this ride of
lifetime with me have become like a second family.

Tour de Tucson – A 109-mile ride in Arizona that gives me a much-needed
burst of sunshine in November when things are dark and dreary here in Vermont.
I’ve done this ride every fall since 2006.

Vermont City Marathon – I run a 5-6 mile leg for a team of women over age 50
called “Island Flash,” a name coined in the heat of our menopause years.

Canadian Ski Marathon – A two-day event celebrating Canadian winter which
includes 60km of cross-country skiing with about 2,000 enthusiastic snow lovers
from all over Canada and the U.S.

Bicycle Tour of Colorado – A week of biking up and over the Continental Divide numerous times, sleeping in my cozy tent and viewing the wonders of the Rocky Mountains from the seat of my bicycle with 1,500 other crazy people.

The Big Climb – After some of my Big Ride buddies and I did a Best of
Washington State cycling tour, we climbed up to the base camp at Mt. Rainier.
We started in shorts and t-shirts and finished in down jackets and a blizzard with
50 mph winds. Although there wasn’t a coffee shop at Camp Muir, the views at
10,000 feet were amazing!

A client once asked me, “Carol, do you ever just sit and have a beer?” Well, not very often. But when I do, I usually start planning my next adventure.

Want to come along?